List of presidents of the National Association of Basketball Coaches

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Below is a List of National Association of Basketball Coaches presidents[1]

Presidents[edit]

Year Coach University
1927–29 Forrest "Phog" Allen Kansas
1929–30 Craig Ruby Illinois
1930–31 Lew Andreas Syracuse
1931–32 Arthur Schabinger Creighton
1932–33 Harold Olsen Ohio State
1933–34 Roy Mundorff Georgia Tech
1934–35 Howard Ortner Cornell
1935–36 Arthur "Dutch" Lonborg Northwestern
1936–37 Henry "Doc" Carlson Pittsburgh
1937–38 George Edwards Missouri
1938–39 Bill Chandler Marquette
1939–40 Brandon Grover Ohio
1940–41 Nat Holman CCNY
1941–42 Nelson Norgren Chicago
1942–44 Edward Kelleher Fordham
1944–46 Edward Hickox Springfield
1946–47 Blair Gullion Connecticut
1947–48 Howard Hobson Oregon
1948–49 Herbert Read Western Michigan
1949–50 John Bunn Springfield
1950–51 Vadal Peterson Utah
1951–52 Bruce Drake Oklahoma
1952–53 Franklin Cappon Princeton
1953–54 Edgar "Eddie" Hickey Saint Louis
1954–55 Paul "Tony" Hinkle Butler
1955–56 Harold "Bud" Foster Wisconsin
1956–57 Ray Oostering Trinity (TX)
1957–58 Amory "Slats" Gill Oregon State
1958–59 Clifford Wells Tulane
1959–60 Everett Shelton Sacramento State
1960–61 Bill Henderson Baylor
1961–62 Wilbur Stalcup Missouri
1962–63 Harold Anderson Bowling Green
1963–64 Lee Williams Colby
1964–65 Forrest Twogood Southern California
1965–66 Ben Carnevale Naval Academy
1966–67 Alvin "Doggie" Julian Dartmouth
1967–68 Henry Iba Oklahoma State
1968–69 William Gardiner Catholic University
1969–70 Stan Watts BYU
1970–71 Adolph Rupp Kentucky
1971–72 Bill Wall MacMurray
1972–73 Fred Taylor Ohio State
1973–74 Joe Vancisin Yale
1974–75 Bob Polk Rice
1975–76 Bill Foster Duke
1976–77 Abe Lemons Texas
1977–78 Barry Dowd Texas-Arlington
1978–79 Ned Wulk Arizona State
1979–80 Wilber Renken Albright
1980–81 Marv Harshman Washington
1981–82 Dean Smith North Carolina
1982–83 Fred "Tex" Winter Long Beach State
1983–84 Joe O'Brien Assumption
1984–85 Jack Hartman Kansas State
1985–86 John Thompson Georgetown
1986–87 Billy Key Missouri-Rolla
1987–88 Eddie Sutton Kentucky
1988–89 Jud Heathcote Michigan State
1989–90 Clarence "Big House" Gaines Winston-Salem State
1990–91 Gerald Myers Texas Tech
1991–92 Herb Kenny Wesleyan
1992–93 Johnny Orr Iowa State
1993–94 George Blaney Holy Cross
1994–95 Bill Knapton Beloit
1995–96 George Raveling Southern California
1996–97 Bob Hanson Kansas State
1997–98 Mike Jarvis George Washington
1998–99 Mike Krzyzewski Duke
1999–00 Denny Crum Louisville
2000–01 Gene Keady Purdue
2001–02 Roy Williams Kansas
2002–03 Ken Kaufman Worcester Polytechnic Institute
2003–04 Kelvin Sampson Oklahoma
2004–05 Pat Kennedy Towson
2005–06 Jim Burson Muskingum
2006–07 Oliver Purnell Clemson
2007–08 Jim Boeheim Syracuse
2008–09 Tubby Smith Minnesota
2009–10 Dale Clayton Carson-Newman College
2010–11 Tom Izzo Michigan State
2011–12 Ernie Kent Washington State
2012–13 Larry Gipson Northeastern State
2013–14 Phil Martelli Saint Joseph's
2014–15 Page Moir Roanoke College
2015–16 Ron Hunter Georgia State
2016–17 Jeff Jones Old Dominion

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